Do you have a cross country adventure planned for this summer?

We want to know: how many nautical miles will your adventure take you? Where will you start, stop along the way, and ultimately end up?

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Comment by john dukesherer on May 2, 2013 at 6:48pm
We are leaving FL(KBCT) in next week or so headed to MI(KBEH) for a few weeks.
Then to CO (KEGE) for a week and on to OR (4S2) maybe a week then upto Alaska if time permits.
Back to MI until October and back to KBCT.
Just us in our C180-11
Comment by Merton Erickson on April 10, 2013 at 8:53pm

In late summer or early fall my wife and I plan a round robin trip to visit my Mother in Minot  North Dakota (KMOT), and her Father in Springfield Missouri (3DW) , and her brother in Branson Missouri (KPLK), and return to Manassas Virginia (KHEF).

It's about 1200 NM from HEF to MOT, we plan at lest three stops as we usualy encounter some headwind. The trip South from MOT to 3DW / PLK is abut 740 NM . We will plan for one stop as that will be in the afternoon when our need to stop for relief is not so great.  The trip West from PLK to HEF is about 755 NM, again plan for one stop. All total about 2700 NM in 7 days in our beautiful 2008 Diamond DA-40 XLS.  All things considered, much more fun than doing it on an airliner.

Comment by Mark Stefanov on April 10, 2013 at 6:18pm
We fly abut 600 to 1,000 nm CCs as much as we can. This is not limited to summer. However, we ar looking forward to a new destination this summer, Provo, UT. We will need about three stops, not so much for our Mooney, but for us. Start is 07TS, near Georgetown, TX. The route will depend on weather and fuel prices.


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